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Rockman: Install Metal

Hack of Mega Man 5


Rockman: Install Metal is an extensive Rockman 5 (NOT Megaman V) level hack.

Not only that, it also features new BGM, level graphics, player weapons, enemy & boss AI.

The zip file contains the Normal patch & two additional “omake” patches: Easy and Hard.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • File: Rockman 5 - Blues no Wana! (J).nes
  • Length: 524304 Bytes (4 Mbit)
  • CRC32: 9D01E44C
  • MD5: 433E0032 BE55A0EF 23E7E673 11977FE6
  • SHA1: 0FC06CE5 2BBB65F6 019E2FA3 553A9C1F C60CC201




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User Review Information

An Unbelievable Experience

Reviewed By: Mother Kojiro on 05 May 2016

Mega Man 5 hacks aren’t that common, and this one stands strongly among them. The visuals were fantastic, sticking mostly to dark, mysterious atmospheres. As for the music, you know you have a great soundtrack when the Doom Castle music from Final Fantasy Mystic Quest starts playing on the title screen, and it only gets better from there. You’ll hear music from Live-A-Live, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy, Harmony of Dissonance, Little Nemo, Mega Man X, Battletoads, Blaster Master, and many more that sounded familiar, but I couldn’t quite place. Little Nemo in particular sounds marvelous; it’s mostly intact, because it’s a Capcom tune, but with Mega Man 5’s sound mapper, it sounds even better! The hacker even did something really clever and subtle with the Proto Man whistle. The weapons were tweaked, and many of them are much better, though Power Stone somehow manages to be even worse than before. The level design is pretty solid, too; it’s challenging, but rarely frustrating. Definitely check this one out!

Version 1.1 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
An Unbelievable ExperienceMother Kojiro05 May 20161.1Yes
Great HackWilloftheNinja27 Jul 20151.1Yes
Probably the best MM5 hackBaronHaynes04 Mar 20151.1Yes
Good hackHatZen0823 Jan 20151.1Yes